Peace Corps - Soninke Language Lessons

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Soninke Course - Lesson 1

Soninke Course - Lesson 10

Soninke Course - Lesson 2

Soninke Course - Lesson 3

Soninke Course - Lesson 4

Soninke Course - Lesson 5

Soninke Course - Lesson 6

Soninke Course - Lesson 7

Soninke Course - Lesson 8

Soninke Course - Lesson 9

Soninke- Lesson 1

Soninke- Lesson 10

Soninke- Lesson 2

Soninke- Lesson 3

Soninke- Lesson 4

Soninke- Lesson 5

Soninke- Lesson 6

Soninke- Lesson 7

Soninke- Lesson 8

Soninke- Lesson 9

US Peace Corps Soninke  - Image COURSE OVERVIEW
This Soninke course is designed to teach you the basic survival level you would need. This covers the following subjects:

Lesson 1: The Alphabet
Lesson 2: Vocabulary 1
Lesson 3: Greetings
Lesson 4: Numbers
Lesson 5: Vocabulary 2
Lesson 6: Vocabulary 3
Lesson 7: Days of the Week and Some Expressions of Time
Lesson 8: Introducing Self/Someone
Lesson 9: Leave-taking Expressions
Lesson 10: Some Useful Expressions & Phrases

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The Soninke language (Soninke: Sooninkanxanne) is a Mande language spoken by the Soninke people of West Africa. The language has an estimated 1,096,795 speakers, primarily located in Mali, and also (in order of numerical importance of the communities) in Senegal, Ivory Coast, The Gambia, Mauritania, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea and Ghana. It enjoys the status of a national language in Mali, Senegal, and Mauritania. The language is relatively homogeneous, with only slight phonological, lexical, and grammatical variations. Linguistically, its nearest relatives are the Bozo languages, centered around the Inner Niger Delta.?

Soninke is spoken in: Gambia, Mali, Mauritania, Senegal

Soninke is also called: Aswanik, Azer, Cheddo, Kwara, Maraka, Marka, Sarakole, Sarakule, Sarangkolle, Serahule, Serahuli, Serecole, Silabe, Toubakai, Wakore, Wankara

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